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LITTLE STORIES OF THE WEEK
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0. fi- Yedlca was a Pendleton has
” visitor Wednesday.
M We: spent Easter visit
flu.” home in Odessa. '
”if! Tux-man has been quite ill
03 sllOOl9 for the past two weeks.
y. 3. mer visited with his mo
” m recon“! Sunday and Mon-
5!” Wm“ is on a business trip
. n"I won and Portland this
i" Liston left Sunday
fim spending a week in
m Tomason Was called to Lal
W Tuesday by the serious ill
n‘ 01 his daughter. 1
’11” pyrA. study club will meet
“my evening. April 28 at the
w of ”IS. R. E. REGd.
m. and Mrs. Richard Grove of
W were week-end guests at
m, A- J, Thompson home.
ll!!- morence Turner, Mrs. Min
“, 'mnid, Mrs. Lawrence Scott
M nudged Brown were Walla.
gun visitors Monday.
fir. end MrS. Kessler Campbell
”a ”1, Billy, were dinner guests
of m Winifred Campbell Sun
alym. B. S. Miller of Milwaukee,
m is visiting this week at the
m of her daughter, Mrs. Frank
mullin-
W. J. Thurston returned to the
m nountain sanitarium the first.
a the week for a few more weeks"
Went. ‘
Am Circle will meet Monday
um 25 at the home of Mrs. E. S.
Wald .with Mrs. Ethel Gorris
I: hasten. ‘
It. and Mrs. Karl Reese of.
Hood River were week-end guests
a the inane oi Karl’s mother. Mrs.
B. 1. Reese. ‘
lb. and Mrs. M. F. Maher and
may spent the week-end visiting
mum in Touchet. Walla Walls.
and Wdtsburs- A ‘
The Benoritas are holding a picnic
in Wm pork this evening with
con! Jones. Pearl Glispey and
our: Lewis as nonesses.
Hr. and Mrs. Glenn Felton and
the boys and Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Reed and daughter. Margaret, were
Yakima visitors Sunday.
Kr. and Mrs. C. J. Burke and son
of Many. Oregon spent the week
end It the home of Mrs. Burke's
aunt. Mrs. J. B. Thomas.
Ilr. end Mrs. Larry Oliver and
hunter, Marilyn and Mrs. G.
Home were week-end visitors at the
Arthur Anderson home in Carmel].
In. Emma Higley and Mrs. C. F.
Winkenwerder were among the 10-
ad Rebekahs attending the dis
trict meeting at Tleton Wednesday.
Kr. and Mrs. H. W. Whittemore
Ind two children, and Mrs. W. C.
Whittemore, Pasco, spent the week
end visiting relatives and friends in
Spokane.
A stork shower was given Wed
neuhy afternoon at the Christian
church for Mrs. Clarence Durham.
In. Kenneth Durham and Mrs.
ROhnd Bennett.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Burgls of To
lfilo. Ohio, are making an extend
ed Visit at the John Kathman home.
In. Burgh is a granddaughter of
the humans. _
About twanty members of the lo
cal Masonic lodge went to Grand-
View Monday night to help put on
Wee work tor Cecil Hudlow, a for
me} Renaewick resident.
Enter Sunday dinner guests of
"I’. and Mrs. E. A. McDowell were
In. P. A. Visger, June, Virginia
Ind Prank Visger, Miss Gertrude
NM“: and Bob Siegfried.
The advanced home economics
elm oi the senior high school en
temini!!! the high school faculty
Md wives to a tea between four and
five o’clock Wednesday afternoon.
Prldny. May 6, the high school
I!!! present an entertainment which
"Is! are calling an “all high re
“W.” This entertainment will be
“unused of two one-act plays, both
“tions and humorous, and also 8
mm program. The entertain
ment Will be timed for one and one
hilf hours.
Kuhn-e club met at the home of
in. Floyd Higley this afternoon
““1 Mrs. Elmer Olson winning
”811 honors and Mrs. Raloh Mat
h“, who was a substitute, win
nina second high.
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NEUMAN’S GROCERY
Phil Wilbur was a week-end vis
itor in Walla Walla.
M. M. Moulton was 9. Yakima
business visitor Wednesday.
Miss Olive Brue has been ill with
the flu at her home this week.
Mrs. Harold Sharkey is visiting
with her sister at Orovilie this week.
Jim Green of Ellensburg spent
Easter at the home of his parents
here.
Miss Margaret Hawkins spent the
Easter holiday visiting relatives in
Sprague.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Siegfried are
on a business trip to Vancouver, B.
C. this week.
C. Durocher returned today from
Seattle bringing a truckload of new
furniture with him.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Redd of Pasco
were Easter Sunday dinner guests
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. P. 0.
Stone. -
Entre Nous met at the home of
Mrs. R. E. Reed Tuesday with Mrs.
C. S. Knowles receiving high honors
and Mrs. A. T. Belair low.
The Sub Deb girls met at the
home of Margaret Reed Wednesday
evening with Miss Vivian Higley
being the assisting hostess.
Misses Virgil Hopkins and Betty
Howard are entertaining the faculty
bridge club Friday evening at the
Hopkins home in Walla Walla.
The scout auxiliary met at the
home of Mrs. Frank Mason Monday
evening. The next meeting will be
at the home of Mrs. R. E. Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Thompson and
daughter, Donna. of Walla Walla
spent the week-end here at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Yedica.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith left for
their home in Spokane this morning
after spending the Easter vacation
visiting friends and relatives here.
George Rokkan returned Wednes
day evening from a two weeks' trip
to the Middlewest where he has been
visiting with his mother and other
relatives.
Miss Helen Kathman of Seattle
arrived here Friday to make an ex
tended visit at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kath
man.
A. H. Lentz, Fourth Congressional
Speaker for the Townsend Plan, will
give [an address at the Finley club
Tuesday evening, April 26 at 8 o'
clock. Come and hear him.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Needham
and Mrs. Gene Conklin of Spokane
are guests this week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Spaulding. Mr.
Needham is district supervisor of
the “Oregonian."
Victor Rogers is attending a meet
ing of agriculture instructors of the
Yakima valley at Ellensburg this
week-end. Demonstrations with a
Federal Land Bank representative
will be given on appraisal of land.
Mr.‘ and Mrs. Art Thompson of
Seattle visited over the week-end at
the home of their sister-in-law,
Mrs. W. S. Walters. Mrs. Walters
accompanied them to LaGrande,
Oregon Sunday to spend the day
visiting with relatives.
Mrs. E. A. Silliman was called to
Prosser the first of the week by the
serious illness of her mother, Mrs.
U. S. Case, who passed away Wed
nesday evening. Mrs. Case is well
know: here as she made frequent
visits with her daughter here.
The Business Girls club will take
part in A Chinese Party Which will
be held at the home of Mrs. L. H.
Raymond Monday evening, April
25 at. 7:45. Assisting hostesses. for
the evening will be Goldie Ander
son and Velma Whitlock. '
Mrs. Fred Landry and daughter,
Shirley Ann of .Wenatchee and Mrs.
Yerxa and two children, Jay and
Bobby of Coulee Dam are spending
this week visiting at the J. O'Keefe
home. Mrs. Londry and Mrs. Yerxa
are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. O’-
Keefe.
Miss Olive Brue who leaves soon
for a new position in California was
honored with a handkerchief
shower by the Business Girls bridge
club Monday evening. A dessert
bridge luncheon was served at Pal
mers Cafe after which four tables
of bridge were in play. Mrs. E. s.
McDonald won the honors. Mrs.
John Vibber was a guest for the
evening. The room was cleverly
decorated with lilacs, flowering al
mond and spyrea.
Word has been received that Mr.
and'Mrs. W. A. Swanson of Seattle
are the parents of a son, Thomas
Wood. born March 20. Mrs. Seren
son will be remembered as Miss
Lydia Toothaker.
Mrs. Minnie Kinkaid entertain
ed with a dinner Easter Sunday.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
.L. Kratzer and son. Billy, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Ward and son. Mrs.
Mary Hutchins and son Floyd.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pratt and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Elrie Safiord.
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Ballard and Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Whitely and son
Jerry of Seattle, motored to Lewis
ton and visited over Easter with Mr.
and Mrs. ,G. O. Hoioos and family.
Mrs. Hamid Motter received word
of the death of her father, C. A.
Chinell of Knob Hill, Alberta, Can
ada. Mr. Chinell had been in fall
ing health for some time and passed
away April Bth at the University
hospital in Edmonton. He was a
former Kennewick resident.
Willard A. Campbell. local repre
sentative for the Farmers Automo
bile Inter-Insurance Exchange, will
attend his firm's Anniversary Gon
vention at Los Angeles, April 28. 29
and {3O. Over 28000 of the Ex
change's leading producers will at
tend from all parts of the United
States west of the Mississippi river.
Wilbert Mills, Hover, Tuesday eve
ning was elected secretary-treasurer
of the Young People's Society of
the Nazarene church. Delegates to
the annual convention in Spokane
next month will be Mills and Na
omi Graves. Miss Emma Dahlin.
also of Hover, will succeed herself
as the organization’s president and
Mrs. Everett Aman will be vice pres
ident. Conducting the election was
)Rev. Lauriston J. Dußois of Park
dale, Oregon, N. W. District Young
People's president. who is on a
tour of his district. \
Youths Steal Two Cats
After stealing a car from a Mr.
-.Shelby in Pasco and bringing it to
Kennewick Wednesday evening
some boys were seen getting into the
car of Bentley Galligan and driving
away. The Galligan car was found
parked in Pasco and the Shelby
car was still parked on main street
in Kennewick this morning.
Miss Neilson Is
Recent Bride
HIGHLANDS—Miss Ruth Neil
son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Neilson of the Highlands. became
the bride of Hamid Dieniond of
Kennewick in Walla Walla last
Friday. They will make their home
on the Highlands.
Little. Roger Estes has been quite
sick the past few days at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Estes.
The Highland Ladies Sewing Club
met for an .all day meeting Tues
day at the home of Mrs. W. F. Son
derman. About ten ladies were
present. -
Mrs. H. c. Decker was a dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Savage
in Pasco Easter Sunday.
DIESELIZE
For Lower Costs
Start Saving Now
Again economical conditions
demonstrate . . . that farm pro
fits can be controlled only thru
a firm control of farm operating
costs. a
Only the man equipped to raise
crops at low cost earns profits
when produce prices are low.
Look around . . . see what low
prices can do to the man with
obsolete tools.
“Caterpillar" Diesel Tractors lead
the way in lowering operating
costs. No tractor on earth ap
proaches their economy.
The “Caterpillar” D-4 runs on
1% gallons of cheap fuel per
hour . . . 50 percent less than the
most economical gasoline trac
tor...2spercentlssthanits
nearest competitor.
Start saving with 8. “Caterpillar"
Diesel . . . now.
Richmond Bro s.
Imple me n t Co.
John Deere “Caterpillar"
Don’t Fdrget the Rainbow Dance
Friday, April 29th.
THE WO3 (WABB.) COURIER-REPORTER
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Mrs. Ed Lape attended a potluck
dinner Thursday evening at the
home of Mrs. Ella Linn in Kenne
wick, which was given in honor of
State Department President of Am
erican Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Grace
Newth and Mrs. Williams, sixth
district president.
Mr. Clodfelter and son, Gilbert.
were Walla Walla visitors on Mon
day. ~
The Highland Bridge Club met
last Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Ted Watkins with Mrs. Vera Camp
bell as hostess. High score was held
by Mrs. Wallace Preston, second by
Mrs. W. L. Foraker and traveling
prize by Mrs. Art Simsen. The next
meeting will be April 28th at the
home of Mrs. Gladys Kelso.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mclntyre and
family of Pasco, Miss Jeanete Lewis
and Everett Pursinger were Sunday
evening dinner guests at the Nel
son Lewis home.
Ed Lupe and Ted Watkins motor
ed to Grandview Monday evening
to attend a. Masonic meeting held
there.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and
children of Horse Heaven, Francis
Thiel and Kermit Liebel were din
ner guests Sunday at the Henry
Liebel home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gimlin of
Pomeroy are guests of their daugh
ter Mrs. Huntley and family on the
South Highlands. »
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart accompan
ied by Mrs. Stuart’s pjarents, Mr.
and Mrs. Green were week-end vis
itors in Spokane.
Carl Mayer was a dinner guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mayer on
Easter Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Brooks of Benton City
has been a guest at the E. J. Brand
home the pm few days, caring for
Mrs. Brand, who has been confined
toherbedwithiliness. Sheisre
ported somewhat improved at this
writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Christensen
were Yakima visitors last Saturday.
The Highland grange is meeting
tonight (Thursday) as guests of
the Finley grange. 'The Highland
grunge will conduct the meeting,
while the Finley grange furnishes
the program for the evening.
Howard and Warren Giles are
convalescing at their home this
week, following a. tonsil and ad
noid operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stowe and
baby daughter of Yakima were sun
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Woods.
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:IIPC ENNEYNCOMNPANYEII-‘tochrla'sl
George Yoshino has been quite
ill of the flu at his home the past
few days.
One of our Highland girls. Miss
Lulu Lampson. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Lampson was initiated
into the Rainbow Girls order Mon
day evening. The other girl initia
ted was Miss Ruth Simmelink of
Horse Heaven.
A phone has been installed re
cently at the Bud Shields home on
the Highlands, the number being
2761. ,
Friends of Howard Reymore. who
was injured in an auto accident, re
port. him as getting along nicely and
that he hopes to be up soon. even
thoughhewmbelnacastforsome
time. - .
M. N. Hudnall. Mus. Gladys Kelso
and daughter. Margaret. spent Eas
ter Sunday at the Ray Kelso home
in Walla Walla.
Mrs. Bud Shields was a caller at
the V. W. Bird home in Kennewick
Monday.
Betty Jean Rutherford was an
overnight guest of her .. aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Story Pri-
day nisht. ‘
Mrs. Al Morgan. Mr. and Mrs.‘
Ayers and house guests. Mrs. Haw-i
ley and daughter. Sarah Margaret
of Walla Walla attended the Rebecr
ca district meeting in 'l'ieton Wed
nesday. "
Arthur Glasow jr.. oldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Art Glasow. arrived
last week end from St. Cloud. Min
nesota. where 'he has spent the
pm year. He motored out. driving
a new Chevrolet. He expects to lo
catemthewesuashehasnolik-
lugs for the east.
Mrs.'r.D.WhiteofMarysvilleis
aguestthisweekattheC.H.Meyer
home. Mrs. Meyer only remembers
seeing Mrs. White once betore and
that was when she was a mere
child. She is an old-time acquaint
ance om Mrs. Meyer's father, J. C.
Walker.
Jerry Curtis returned home on‘
Thursday from La Grande. Oregon.
where he spent a few days with his
sister, Mrs. Metopulos and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Siaybaugh
and children of Yellepit were Ens;
ter Sunday diner guests of Mrs.
Slaybaugh's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Meyer.
Mrs. Curtis visited in Toppenish
last Friday with Mr. Curtis and
from there he accompanied her to
Yakima. where they had Easter
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. John
Bates.
WE WANT to fill this page with good new“ Item:
every week. You an help us. When yoga know an
Item of Interest. tell us about It personally. or by phone
we'll ' eel-to It. Phone No. One-DoubleOne.
' Miss Dorothy Gum ls employed
part time at the Evelyn Beauty
Shoppe. <
Miss [oz-tame Giles, who spent.
the Easter nation at the home of
her puma. m. and Mrs. Med
Giles. left Monday for her home in
Spokane. ‘
The Highland Ladies' Auxflm'y of
Boy Scouts were guests Monday
evening of the Kennewick Auxiliary
atthemnkmsonhomelnXen-‘
newlck. . 1
W. Gallagher of Boerdmen. Ore
mmacelleretthew.B.anen
home last Friday. The Gallagher:
will he nememlm'ed as living on the
Sam Muncey place. now owned by
.W. L. Bunker. They contemplete
locating In this valley seem, u
soon as school to out. 1
Woulhasbeenmcelvedoftheap
punching marriage of Mist Chloe
Hembree. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hembme, tanner ma
mldents. to C. W. Davin: of Yuk
ima. 1
W. N. Daniels of Portland W
hen last week looking after his
budnenlntuutsonthemhnnds.
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ISQFEUJRY STDREE]
'Vlsmns her manner. Mrs. 8111 Bird
In Yakima has returned and Is
”pending a few days at the home
of her other daughter. Mrs. Tom
Estes and funny.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Birdsan and
baby son. spent the Easter Holidays
at the home of Mrs. Bil-dean‘s par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. I". Gregg and
family.
5 Hrs. Marion Warner and two
children. Mary and Clifford. were
”many evening guests at the home
of Mrs. Warner's sister. Mrs. Wal
lace Preston and family.
Mrs. R. W. Woods. Mrs. W. L.
l'bralcer and Mrs. Barn Foraker were
in Wall: Walla Saturday. where
they attended Council Meeting of
14! club work.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preston and
sons. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Watkins and
daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Smalley and family were Sunday
dinner guests or Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. PM in Kennewick.
o; Ed Ray is improving his Drop
u‘ty this week by giving his hows:
a new coat 01' mini. Two new sep
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